The Baltimore Ravens resounding pummeling of the overmatched Cleveland Browns at M&T Bank Stadium in downtown Baltimore is just the result of two teams headed in completely opposite directions. The Ravens are poised for a march to contend for a Super Bowl title, while the Browns are looking at a top five draft pick.
The 34-3 beatdown is exactly what good teams should do to bad ones if they want to be considered contenders and the Ravens have done just that all season long. Scoring an average of just over 34 points per game, the Ravens are now strangely at the top of the league in scoring offense, while their defense apparently returned to prominence today without allowing a touchdown and intercepting four Cleveland passes while holding the Browns offense to 186 total yards compared to Baltimore's 479 yards of offense.
More to follow in tomorrow's post, but leave your thoughts of what a tough team we are looking to be this season and we should find out how good we truly are when we head up to New England next week to take on the 2-1 Patriots, who defeated the Atlanta Falcons today, 26-10.